Alpha‐kinase 1 (ALPK1) agonist DF‐006 demonstrates potent efficacy in mouse and primary human hepatocyte models of hepatitis B

WuXi AppTec scientists recently contributed to a research study published in the journal Hepatology, characterizing the efficacy of prodrug DF-006 for treating chronic hepatitis B infection.

DF-006 is an orally active agonist of alpha‐kinase 1, a pattern recognition receptor involved in the stimulation of innate immunity.  The authors show that DF‐006 is efficacious in hepatitis B virus mouse models, without any indications of overt toxicity.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35699669/

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